Hereford charity nets cash from musical night

Angharad  (pictured centre with her ukulele) and her band performing at the Haven benefit gig, King's Arms Abergavenny.

Angharad (pictured centre with her ukulele) and her band performing at the Haven benefit gig, King's Arms Abergavenny.

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MUSICIANS came together for an evening to raise money for Hereford's breast cancer charity Haven.

Headlining the evening was talented Welsh singer, songwriter Angharad and her band, who performed a selection of original songs and covers which had the audience calling for more. Other acts included Stainless Steve, 16-year-old guitarist James Perry, all-woman band Tarion and 17-year-old singer-songwriter Rhiannon Griffiths.

Event organiser, Amanda Lloyd , who sings and plays conga drums with Tarion, said "We are delighted that so many people turned out to watch us play and support such a worthwhile cause, we raised a total of £290 for The Haven, which provides wonderful support for those diagnosed and receiving treatment for breast cancer.

"A big thank you to the Kings Arms for supplying such a great venue, to all the performers and those who donated raffle prizes for the event and of course the audience for coming along to make the evening such a great success."

 

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